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Tendulkar set for emotional farewell

Sachin Tendulkar is readying himself for an emotional farewell, ahead of his 200th and final Test

November 12, 2013

Posted by Alexk400 on (November 14, 2013, 7:58 GMT)

I am only person who do not like sachin in whole india. Humility should not make anyone GOD. You guys are reducing standards of GOD.

Posted by ravi-1967 on (November 14, 2013, 6:01 GMT)

What a player? Today if you see the India team Tendulkar - 200 tests all the others combined - 175 approx. This tells volumes of the man. Has been entertainer through out and a thorough gentleman. Never let success get over him and has remained humble. We would miss you Sachin and hope and pray that you have a great life post your retirement from international cricket. Hope that you would sign off in style but that is immaterial. You are the best. Never will we see a sportsman of his kind in this lifetime.

Posted by Arifcric on (November 14, 2013, 5:23 GMT)

No body will take place at Sachin Tendulkar .He spend 24 years in cricket .His game is entertaining everyone .People throw stone some times he make them milestone .India will miss him forever in Cricket.

Posted by   on (November 14, 2013, 2:47 GMT)

India's leading sports icon is bidding good bye today. He is ofter compared with the "DON". Let us pray what happened to the DON does not happen to SRT in is last Test. He may hang up hs boots but can never be forgotten.

Posted by   on (November 14, 2013, 1:42 GMT)

Thank you for entertaining us for 24 years. We cricket lovers will definitely miss you.

Posted by EverybodylovesSachin on (November 13, 2013, 20:58 GMT)

Farewell to a GOD of Cricket....Best Wishes. You will never get farewell from our hearts..

Posted by PD_Googly on (November 13, 2013, 20:27 GMT)

No Modern day player has ever played game with such a dedication, conviction, honesty and expectations of a Billion people - for a long playing career of 25 Years. Salute to you Sachin. You are truly a legend. I wish my colleagues at my organization in US could co-relate with it, but all the analogies failed to explain what a phenomenon Sachin is. Sachin, you don't need luck, but best wishes of all the Indians and true sports fans are with for your last test and we hope you Score another Century to retire with a feather in your cap. Thanks for entertaining a Billion for over 25 Years.

Posted by   on (November 13, 2013, 17:11 GMT)

i have never seen any team win world cup for a player and not country. Sachin tendulkar stature is bigger than cricket it self. He might have most fans in entire sports world. most celebrated cricketer ever. greatest and above all.

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